We are looking for foster carers to join our team in London, Kent, Essex, Luton and Plymouth!
Interested in becoming a foster carer? Join one of our two our online zoom sessions on Monday 7th August at 10am or 7pm and speak to a member of the team – Click here to request the link to your preferred time!
Do you have any questions about becoming a foster carer?
We have a new information advice line where you can call, text or Whatsapp your questions or request information regarding fostering with Chrysalis Care on our new number!
Have you checked out out Chrysalis Care YouTube channel? It’s a great way to find out more about Chrysalis Care, the team and fostering. We have a selection of videos and radio interviews which may answer some questions you may have about becoming a foster carer! Click here to head straight to our channel!
We are looking for foster carers in London, Luton, Kent, Essex, Plymouth and all areas local to Bexleyheath to join the Chrysalis Care team as a foster carer!
Have you been thinking about fostering but not sure how to go about it, or who to choose to foster with, or you just have a few questions and would like to find out more before you make that first step? Then call our team to find out all you need to know becoming a foster carer with Chrysalis Care on 0208 298 2800, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit fill in our contact form!
We understand that when starting your fostering journey, you may need a boost to ensure you can provide a safe and nurturing space for your first child or young person you care for. To acknowledge this, we offer what we call a ‘start up grant’. This grant could help you to update your spare bedroom or purchase other furnishings, to create a warm and welcoming environment. You may need to update your technical equipment, to carry out your record keeping duties and to access all of the learning and development courses and tools that will help you develop your skills and knowledge. We are committed to providing the highest quality of foster care for children and young people and with our start up grant, we can support you to give the best care possible.
Why do we still need foster carers today in the UK?
Read our blog to find out why The Fostering Network estimates that fostering services across the UK need to recruit at least a further 9,300 foster families in the next 12 months.
We have so much going on in the next few weeks!
This years foster care fortnight is running from Monday 15th May – Sunday 28th May. We will be supporting #FCF23 and helping to spread the message about the importance of fostering and how it helps so many children in our communities by pairing up with Made in Kent Radio on Monday 15th from 1pm – 5pm. Listen to the show to hear some interviews from the Chrysalis Care team and and our excellent foster carers!
We will also be having 2 Open Days at our office at Kings House, open to anyone interested in becoming a foster carer on Thursday 18th and Wednesday 24th May. If you would like to book in or cannot make these dates but would like to find out more about fostering please contact us at email@example.com
And we have 2 stalls in coming up on Tuesday 16th May, we will be in Morrisons supermarket in Welling. And on Tuesday 23rd May we will be at Morrisons Cold Harbour Road from 9am – 5pm. Hope to see you there!
We are launching our second sunflower challenge competition – last year the winners of our competition won with a beautiful sunflower reaching 100cm tall! Keep an eye on our social media pages to see how our children and young people are getting on with this years challenge!
Read our blog – Why mental health matters more than ever in foster care.
There is no doubt that the last couple of years has been challenging for us all. Yet, whilst the indiscriminate nature of the pandemic and everything that came with it, reminded us that in spite of anything, we are all human… click here for the rest of the blog on our website
Read our blog on Safeguarding Children and young people – For us at Chrysalis Care, it reinforces why the integration of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion is essential. After all, how can we safeguard children and young people and provide opportunities for growth and enrichment, without paying close attention to the lens through which we see the world. Click here to go to the full article.